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Social Justice Statements

  • 2008 Action of Immediate Witness
    Because: Unitarian Universalists as a community of faith uphold the inherent worth, rights and dignity of all people; Whereas: We have...
  • 2008 Action of Immediate Witness
    Because: Unitarian Universalists affirm and promote the inherent worth and dignity of every person; the right of conscience and the use of...
  • 2008 Action of Immediate Witness
    Whereas: Unitarian Universalists are concerned with the worth and dignity of all people; Whereas: We spend over $2 trillion for health care...
  • 2007 Action of Immediate Witness
    WHEREAS our Unitarian Universalist Principles call us to affirm the inherent worth and dignity of every person and to promote justice,...
  • 1978 Business Resolution
    WHEREAS, many of the churches and fellowships of the Unitarian Universalist Association are located in the central portions of our large...
  • 1977 Business Resolution
    WHEREAS, there are millions of persons in the United States and Canada who are blind, deaf, physically or mentally disabled, or otherwise...
  • 1979 Business Resolution
    WHEREAS, in the Bakke case, the Supreme Court affirmed the use of color as one of the means of opening opportunities for professional,...
  • 1977 Business Resolution
    WHEREAS, since March 4, 1977, several states, including Florida, Illinois, Georgia, and Arizona, have considered and not passed the Equal...
  • 1977 General Resolution
    WHEREAS, an amendment to the United States Constitution to provide equal rights for women has been ratified by thirty-five states; and...
  • 1979 General Resolution
    WHEREAS, world health authorities have documented the disastrous effect the widespread marketing of infant formula has had upon the...
  • 1976 General Resolution
    WHEREAS, the current tax structure in the United States is both unfair and inequitable, favoring the rich (and especially the "Super-Rich...
  • 1976 General Resolution
    WHEREAS, the Unitarian Universalist Association has supported the right of farm workers to organize into a union for the purposes of...
  • 1980 Business Resolution
    WHEREAS, the General Assembly of the Unitarian Universalist Association in 1970 passed a resolution calling on the UUA and its member...
  • 1974 General Resolution
    WHEREAS, the 1972 General Assembly of the Unitarian Universalist Association adopted a resolution asking member churches, fellowships, and...
  • 1981 Business Resolution
    WHEREAS, Unitarian Universalists share a commitment to translating religious principles into practical action; and WHEREAS, Unitarian...
  • 1981 Business Resolution
    WHEREAS, Unitarian Universalists share a religious mandate for a worldwide social order which promotes the supreme worth and dignity of...
  • 1973 General Resolution
    WHEREAS, many of the humanitarian programs initiated in the public interest in the United States over the last decade and more are in...
  • 1973 Business Resolution
    RESOLVED: That the Unitarian Universalist Association publish each year in a manner intended to achieve wide notice a report of its efforts...
  • 1973 General Resolution
    DESIRING to promote better corporate social policies and practices in areas such as equal employment opportunity for women and minorities,...
  • 1973 General Resolution
    WHEREAS, the 1972 General Assembly of the Unitarian Universalist Association adopted a resolution asking member churches, fellowships, and...
  • 1983 General Resolution
    WHEREAS, in the United States women are still deprived of equal Constitutional rights, equal salaries, equal access to positions of...
  • 1983 Responsive Resolution
    WHEREAS, more than 250,000 people participated in the historic March on Washington for jobs and freedom on August 28, 1963; and WHEREAS,...
  • 1984 Business Resolution
    WHEREAS, the city has been historically and at the present time is the center of culture, education, finances and population; and WHEREAS,...
  • 1984 Business Resolution
    WHEREAS, an adequate supply of low-cost housing which is available on a nondiscriminatory basis is essential to meet the shelter needs of...
  • 1984 Business Resolution
    WHEREAS, the Unitarian Universalist Association has repeatedly taken stands to affirm the rights of gay and lesbian persons over the past...
  • 1972 Business Resolution
    RESOLVED: That the General Assembly recommends that the Board of Trustees: Cooperate with other religious, educational and charitable...
  • 1972 Business Resolution
    WHEREAS, the 1970 General Assembly of the UUA by unanimous vote expressed its agreement with the support of Project Equality; and WHEREAS,...
  • 1972 General Resolution
    BE IT RESOLVED: That the 1972 General Assembly of the Unitarian Universalist Association ask member churches, fellowships, and...
  • 1985 Business Resolution
    WHEREAS, both the Unitarian and Universalist denominations have long traditions of working to oppose racism and support civil rights and...
  • 1971 General Resolution
    BELIEVING: That the rights of human beings include the rights to minimum income, adequate housing and legal services and dignity in old age...
  • 1985 Business Resolution
    WHEREAS, both the Unitarian and Universalist denominations have long traditions of working to oppose racism and support civil rights and...
  • 1985 Business Resolution
    VOTED: That the Board of Trustees of the Unitarian Universalist Association commends the US Conference of Catholic Bishops for generating a...
  • 1985 General Resolution
    WHEREAS, the United States Constitution mandates the government to establish justice and promote the general welfare; and WHEREAS, the...
  • 1985 General Resolution
    WHEREAS, the General Assembly of the Unitarian Universalist Association has repeatedly declared its dedication to social and economic...
  • 1986 General Resolution
    VOTED: That the Unitarian Universalist Association endorse the international Royal Dutch Shell Boycott campaign.
  • 1989 Business Resolution
    WHEREAS the Principles and Purposes adopted in the By-Laws of the UUA specify that: "We, the member congregations of the Unitarian...
  • 1969 Business Resolution
    BE IT RESOLVED: That the 1969 General Assembly: Urges the Unitarian Universalist Association to continue and intensify its relation with...
  • 1986 General Resolution
    BECAUSE, the member congregations of the Unitarian Universalist Association covenant to affirm the inherent worth and dignity of every...
  • 1969 General Resolution
    BE IT RESOLVED: That the 1969 General Assembly of the Unitarian Universalist Association: Supports the rights of farm workers to organize...
  • 1986 General Resolution
    WHEREAS, the real and potential worth, dignity, and health of farm workers is currently threatened by practices in agricultural communities...
  • 1968 General Resolution
    THE SEVENTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST ASSOCIATION URGES support of the Poor People's Campaign of the Southern...
  • 1968 Business Resolution
    THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY RECOMMENDS that the Investment Committee consider: Some investment in viable open housing projects; That a...
  • 1968 General Resolution
    BE IT RESOLVED: That the 1968 General Assembly of the Unitarian Universalist Association: Commends the President and the United States...
  • 1987 General Resolution
    BECAUSE, Unitarian Universalists affirm and promote the inherent worth and dignity of every person, as well as justice, equity, and...
  • 1967 General Resolution
    CONVINCED that world order and peace require increased support for a strengthening of the United Nations, the Unitarian Universalist...
  • 1967 Business Resolution
    THE SIXTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST ASSOCIATION: REQUESTS the Board of Trustees of the Association, with the aid of...
  • 1991 General Resolution
    RECOGNIZING the inherent worth and dignity of every human being; and BELIEVING that poverty deprives people of the basic dignity which is...
  • 1967 General Resolution
    NOTING that one-fifth of the population of the United States lives in poverty, which makes it difficult to live with dignity; NOTING, also...
  • 1967 General Resolution
    BE IT RESOLVED: That the 1967 Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) General Assembly commends the Unitarian Universalist churches of...
  • 1967 General Resolution
    WHEREAS, the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) currently owns several thousand shares of stock in the Eastman Kodak Company (Kodak...

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